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The Rabbinical Court of Jerusalem has tried to broker a financial settlement between an estranged husband and wife to secure her a bill of divorce, despite legal proceedings in US civil courts.
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"Chained women" and allies from across Israel gather for a hike for support and sisterhood.
In groundbreaking ruling, rabbinical courts decides Meir Gorodetzki will not leave prison until he grants wife a "get."
By JEREMY SHARON
Practice promoted as solution for the abundance of single women, Arab demographic threat and the predicament of seeking extramarital relations.
By JONAH MANDEL
Rabbi Herschensohn believed Judaism couldn't and shouldn't be cut off, isolated from all available knowledge, should contribute to all humanity.
By REUVEN HAMMER
Relatively moderate bill allows rabbinical courts to arbitrate monetary disputes according to Halacha, in cases where both divorcees agree to do so.
By DAN IZENBERG
While a recent ruling by the High Court now permits women to head Israel's rabbinical court system, it doesn't actually mean a woman will get the job.
By REVITAL AMIRAN
A story of friendship, love, divorce and the rabbinical court in Jerusalem.
By BARBARA SOFER
Rabbinical Courts Administration announces Jerusalem saw highest number of divorces last year, followed by Tel Aviv, Rishon Lezion.
Bill would end practice of electing both an Ashkenazi and Sephardi chief rabbi; next chief rabbi will be elected in 2023.
By Gil Stern Stern HOFFMAN/JEREMY SHARON
Beit Din had fined mother NIS 500 a day until she consented; last month Supreme Rabbinical Court of Appeals upheld the ruling.
Notice to High Court filed by Emunah, demands that vote for new judges be delayed until women are on appointment panel.
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